Join Jason Larson as he discusses the current state of survey technology and how it effects project outcomes. Learn how his team’s use of Leica Geosystems’ BLK2GO and RTC360 scanning technology and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) is impacting efficiency, deliverables, and business growth.
“It’s in McLaren’s DNA to be able to handle a wide range of specialty projects – we’re known for coming up with innovative solutions to tough challenges. So those are often the projects that drive us to adopt new technologies to deliver outstanding results.”
More About the Webinar: “SURVEYING REIMAGINED: HOW INGENUITY AND INNOVATION CREATE NEW OPPORTUNITIES”
What is a survey? Ask 10 surveyors, and you’ll probably get 10 different answers. Even with a fully scoped project, it is unlikely that any two surveying firms will handle it the same way. But there is one truth most surveyors can agree on: Quality work requires experience, skill and integrity. Add ingenuity and innovation to the mix, and you have a transformative approach that leads to business growth, client satisfaction, employee happiness and outstanding results.
About Jason: Jason Larson, PLS, has spent much of his career exploring alternative routes to deliver exceptional value in the surveys he has managed and is a recognized expert in laser scanning. Today, as technical director of McLaren Engineering Group, he keeps the firm’s surveying and scanning teams at the forefront of the industry through the integration of new technologies like the Leica Geosystems’s BLK2GO handheld imaging laser scanner, high-speed RTC360 laser scanner and unmanned aircraft systems along with hydrographic and topographic surveying instruments.